NCAA Basketball Tournament: Men’s vs Women’s

By Lucy Castellanos This past March, the annual NCAA Basketball tournament was held, after being completely canceled a year prior. Taking into account the protocol requirements for COVID-19, the NCAA announced that the athletes from 68 men's teams would be secluded/confined to the city of Indianapolis for the duration of their survival in the tournament,... Continue Reading →

Where to Ski Near Cleveland

By Morgan Monesmith Cleveland is certainly not known for its large mountains and ski resorts. However, there are a few options in the area and a short drive away that are perfect for a weekend getaway.  Boston Mills This ski resort is perfect for intermediates who are looking to challenge themselves. Boston Mills has a... Continue Reading →

Training in a Backyard Pool

By Meredith Stewart If you told me six months ago that I would be taking even a two week’s break from swimming I would have rolled my eyes and called you crazy. Swimming has been a major part of my life for a decade now. It’s a lifestyle. Those early morning practices, the hair that... Continue Reading →

Corona’s Effects on Sport Seasons

by Lucy Castellanos Throughout the past couple months, the athletic world has been forced to adapt to the sudden outbreak of COVID-19. The burning question in everyone’s mind was, “Should athletes be able to play in the midst of a global pandemic?” On one hand, sports like tennis, golf, and swimming require no contact among... Continue Reading →

INEOS 1:59 Challenge

By Amy Howarth For those of you who do not know on Friday October 12th, history was made not just in the running community but also around the globe.  A marathon runner named Eliud Kipchoge ran what was the first human to ever run a marathon in under two hours coming in with hot heels... Continue Reading →

Basketball Season

By: Carolyn Jiang Fall sports are coming to an end and winter sports are starting! That means the basketball season is starting! I love playing basketball, it’s my favorite sport. It’s like a creative outlet for me. Honestly, I think basketball is the best sport out there. Every single basketball player has their own unique... Continue Reading →

The Pains of Rhythmic Gymnastics

By: Kathleen Guo I myself am a level 9 rhythmic gymnast, so I’ve been at it for a while, and it’s been quite the roller coaster ride. Rhythmic Gymnastics is a beautiful sport. Perhaps, I should explain what it is in the first place. Usually when I tell people I’m a rhythmic gymnast, the first... Continue Reading →

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